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1CrusadesLesson Objective:Why did people go on Crusades?
2Sponge: What can you see? Where do you think this man is going? What words would you use to describe this man?What impression do you get from the picture?How would you feel if this was you?What do you think it would be like to go on a Crusade?
3Task:In pairs read each source and think carefully about one word for each source which describes why people would go on a crusade.
4Task: Why did people go on Crusades? In pairs you are going to analyze a very important source. Highlight any important parts of the source as we read through it together. Then discuss and complete the boxes around it.
5ReligionYour sins were forgiven if you died on crusade.To ensure that Christian pilgrims had access to the Holy Land.The Holy Lands were rich and prosperous.Land/ PowerYou could gain a heroic reputation.There would be opportunity to take booty.Money/ WealthThe Pope said you should go.Successful crusaders could be rewarded with lands and titles.
6ReligionMoneyPowerThe Pope said you should go.Your sins were forgiven if you died on crusade.The Holy Lands were rich and prosperous.There would be opportunity to take booty.To ensure that Christian pilgrims had access to the Holy Land.Successful crusaders could be rewarded with lands and titles.Task:Sort the cards into one of the three headings above. Write them in your chart.You could gain a heroic reputation.
7Task:Let’s vote: What was the main reason people went on crusades? Why?
8Why did some people go on Crusades? Task:Using your card sort chart and the information from today’s lesson you must answer this question in your notebooks:Why did some people go on Crusades?
9Task: Would you have been a crusader? Complete the tasks and finish for H/W
10Learning Outcomes:Must: 1) Know what the Crusades were and think about what it might have been like2) Be able to analyze sources in pairs to work out some reasons why people went on CrusadesShould: 3) Complete the card sort activity to sort our ideas into categories.4) Produce a written question in our silver books using the levels provided.5) Reflect on our lesson and evaluate your workCould: 6) Be able to consider the significance of the Crusades evaluate the most important reasons for going on one.